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Yet within this limitation there is an astonishing variety: design as intricate as that in the carpet or miniature, with the melodic line like the painted or woven line often flowing into an arabesque.
from Brown Corpus
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Yet this utterly individual historical person must also contain within himself the common history of mankind.
Yet, like the " Churches in Resistance " above they remain fully within the canonical boundaries of the Church: i. e., professing Orthodox belief, retaining what they believe to be legitimate episcopal succession, and existing in communities with historical continuity.
Yet there are many different types of motor vehicles such as motor scooters, motor cycles, trucks, cars and SUVs and many variations even within these categories.
Yet Bukharin played to Stalin's strength by maintaining the appearance of unity within the Party leadership.
Yet, Aristotle also outlined generic constraints that focused the rhetorical art squarely within the domain of public political practice.
Yet the Air Force and military planners were, in the mid-1950s, reluctant to simply hand over the nuclear strike capability to missiles, which after launch were no longer under positive control, could not be recalled or redirected, and would reach their targets within a matter of minutes after the order to fire.
Yet, Cubism itself remained evolutionary both within the oeuvre of individual artists, such as Gris and Metzinger, and across the work of artists as different from each other as Braque, Léger and Gleizes.
Yet another hot topic is multiferroics, where researchers are looking for ways to couple magnetic and ferroelectric ordering within a material or heterostructure ; there are several recent reviews on this topic.
* Edward and Canterbury Cathedral are mentioned in Chapter 52 of David Copperfield by Charles Dickens: " Yet the bells, when they sounded, told me sorrowfully of change in everything ; told me of their own age, and my pretty Dora's youth ; and of the many, never old, who had lived and loved and died, while the reverberations of the bells had hummed through the rusty armour of the Black Prince hanging up within, and, motes upon the deep of Time, had lost themselves in air, as circles do in water.
Yet events within it are often treated as inevitable and necessary, rather than deviations from the greater good.
Yet, it goes beyond this division to show the conflicting sets of values not only between two cultures but within cultures, even within individuals.
Yet others argue that Homo economicus is a reasonable approximation for behavior within market institutions, since the individualized nature of human action in such social settings encourages individualistic behavior.
Yet in the aftermath of the second battle, Antigonus managed to capture the family and riches of the Silvershields, an elite regiment within Eumenes ' army, who in turn handed over Eumenes to Antigonus in return for their release.
Yet, Rousseau fails to consider that the state is not a total institution within the liberal democracies, and that the freedom of the citizen in between the elections is the freedom of the citizen to live their life in pursuit of their own happiness, subject to the law made by their elected representatives, who are, in turn, subject to popular pressure, public protest, petition, recall, referendum, initiative, and ultimately, electoral defeat if they fail to heed the views of those they represent.
Yet, apart from the title, we find only traditional Italian musical terms within the work, suggesting that Beethoven was probably trying to make a point in his use of Veränderungen.
) Yet De Quincey's money problems persisted ; he got into further difficulties for debts he incurred within the sanctuary.
Yet, other astronomers still prefer to define centaurs as objects that are non-resonant with a perihelion inside the orbit of Neptune that can be shown to likely cross the Hill sphere of a gas giant within the next 10 million years.
" Yet even within his shows ' sanctioned exhibitionism, some of Berle's behavior could cross the line from affability to effrontery.
Yet The Passion of the Christ was heavily promoted by many church groups, both within their organizations and to the general public, often giving away free tickets.
Yet another camp, represented by Yamaguchi Susumu and his student Ogawa Ichijo, is able to understand tathagatagarbha thought without recourse to Vedic notions by putting it squarely within the Buddhist tradition of conditioned causality and emptiness, which, of course, explicitly rejects monism of any sort.
Yet and limitation
Yet and there
Yet as an evocation of time past, there are few such successful portraits in English historical literature.
Yet after long and earnest discussion Stalin accepted the Curzon Line and even agreed voluntarily that there should be digressions from that line of five to eight kilometers in favor of Poland in some regions.
Yet though it may seem difficult to envision any definitive resolution of the problem of ownership and control, there are nevertheless certain suggestions which seem to be in order.
Yet there were other motivations and actions which the Belgians took after independence for which history may not find them guiltless.
Yet are not we of the mid-twentieth century, who rightly do not believe there is any such `` thing '' as the devil, just as bad off as they -- only in a different way??
Yet it seems clear that there can be no good sufficiently great, or evil repelled sufficiently grave, to warrant the destruction of mankind by man's own action.
Yet if he were not there, they would have missed him, as they would have missed the sounds of bees buzzing against the screen door in early June ; ;
Yet there were a few recruits, such as Clement Davies, who had deserted to the National Liberals in 1931 but now returned to the party during the World War II and who would lead it after the war.
Yet in its position statement, the IDF writes that " there is no overwhelming evidence to prefer one species of insulin over another " and " highly purified animal insulins remain a perfectly acceptable alternative.
Yet there is now little doubt that the hollow-walled broch tower was purely an invention from what is now Scotland, or that even the kinds of pottery found inside them that most resembled south British styles were local hybrid forms.
Yet the debate did not end there ; Jan Assmann and James P. Allen have since asserted that the Egyptians did to some degree recognize a single divine force.
Yet fundamentalist Christians do not adhere to this doctrine because there are laws considered addressed to the nation of Israel.
Yet there is a nucleation barrier, which implies an interfacial discontinuity ( or internal surface ) between the glass and the melt.
Yet despite their mutual insistence on the self-evidence that " all men are created equal ", their insistence that the citizens of a republic be educated at public expense, and the evident parallel between the concepts of the " general welfare " and Rousseau's " general will ", some scholars maintain there is little to suggest that Rousseau had that much effect on Thomas Jefferson and other founding fathers.
Yet there are passages which are moderate in tone ; G. V. Lechler identifies three stages in Wycliffe's relations with the papacy.
Yet this art angers Guildenstern to the point where he strikes the Player because this theater makes it seem as if there are definite answers to all of Guildenstern's philosophical question.